Anyone who regularly participates in sports like rock climbing, pole dancing or cross-fit will notice how oftentimes lack of grip is the main limiting factor, not so much total muscle strength. Liquid Grip seriously helps with grip without creating a mess, so you can easily take it to the gym, even when it bans the use of chalk!
Liquid Grip is a water based hydrocellulose thickener that allows for rosin and chalk to mix in a suspension formula.
This new innovative product is an exceptional drying agent that gives the user a dry and rosin feeling when applied. The product dries within seconds of applying and once dry binds to the fatty acids and does not transfer to clothing or the ball. As with rosin in its powder state and chalk, both leave a residue of dust that slightly transfers and ultimately can be inhaled by the user causing discomfort.
Liquid Grip outperforms both products leaving no mess or transfer only giving the user a longer more effective grip. Once you apply Liquid Grip you will immediately feel the rosin’s properties bind to your palms and give you the extra grip you need when your palms start to sweat. In addition, Liquid Grip helps prevents blisters.
who can benefit from Liquid Grip?
Liquid Grip is ideal for any athlete who requires a dry grip.
• Olympic weight lifting
• strong (wo)man events
• Kettle bells
• Cross fit
• Pole vaulting
• Track and field
• Rock climbing
• Pole dancing
• Competition shooting
• Ball sports like baseball & softball, basketball, bowling, football, golf, lacrosse, racquetball, rugby, tennis
• And many more!
what distinguishes Liquid Grip?
• leaves no mess or transfer only giving the user a longer more effective grip
• doesn't dry out hands & prevents blisters
• 100% natural and biodegradable
• acts as an antibacterial
Can training with just weight machines make you stronger?
Whomever has been a member of a gym in the past 15 years, will have noticed how slowly but surely, machines have taken a back seat and more and more space is given to 3-dimensional weight equipment, like suspension (TRX-)trainers, gym balls, kettle bells and even fun stuff that was formerly unheard of like pole dances and climbing walls.
A very popular trend is the development of Cross-Fit in which both strength and endurance is equally valued and in which Olympic weightlifting exercises are also incorporated.
As someone who has dabbled both in Olympic and power lifting as well as endurance cycling, I've been very happy about this development even though I keep using machines myself too. Recently, Christian Finn, a coach who specialized in rehab training, pointed out how machines have a more important role than most of us realize. It's well worth sharing it in our blog, too.
apply a 1 cm sized drop of Liquid grip into the palm of your hands
evenly coat fingers and palms for 3 to 5 seconds and allow to dry
do NOT rub like lotion
wash with soap and water until completely removed
alcohol, active ingredient (magnesium carbonate and rosin), thickener (hydrocellulose), fragrance
keep dry and closed at normal room temperature between 15 - 22°C.
keep out of reach of young children
contains no familiar allergens (wheat, gluten, soy, lupin, nuts/tree nuts, celery, mustard, sesame seeds, dairy, egg, fish/shellfish or mollusks)